11.30.2017

Montana Glimpses


some folks put stars on the tops of their Christmas tree
do you think it is inspired by the natural star on top of a fir?


details
awe inspiring


when the air is warmer than the earth 
the mist does rise and wander through the land


a mystical morning


mornings 
when the air is super cold
lovely crystals greet us


 yesterday
new snow graced the world
 

lovely days
and 
nights to you
~
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29 comments:

  1. What beautiful details of your wonder-ful world, Tammie. Your macro shots are simply delightful!
    We have had our first snowfalls here!

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    1. Fun, you have had your first snowfalls.
      Thank you for enjoying the details Sandra.

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  2. You have THE most magnificent details in your macro shots. The ice, that curl of the petal (?) on the green one... glorious.

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    1. I think you would call the fir, a needle more than a petal. Sometimes those words escape me too.
      Thank you for enjoying Jeanie!

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  3. I can never forget the visit I made to Montana a few years ago, it is the most beautiful nature I have seen.
    Have a good one, Tammie !

    Tomás

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    1. So glad you enjoyed your time here. It really is a beautiful area.

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  4. Oh Tammie, you have the mystical details of the season in your "back yard."
    I love the scenes you've chosen here.
    Wow.

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    1. Yes, in my back yard, front yard, on most drives. Amazing.
      Thank you for enjoying Rick.

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  5. Wonderful macros, and incredible landscapes!

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  6. Wonderful pictures! So atmospheric.

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  7. Breath taking landscape, and stunning macros captures!

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  8. The beauty is in the small stuff too. Gorgeous collection of images.

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  9. Greetings from the UK. Good captures. We had snow here last week!

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  10. You are my macro hero! I love seeing your changing landscape. I wish you a bit more snow in the coming weeks (Me, too!)

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    1. Ah, thank you for enjoying it all. It is now Dec. 11th and still not snow here.

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  11. Your natural star is splendid and being alive.
    Again your crystals are beautiful!! The landscape in the third photo surprises me.
    It is amazing that we live on the same planet!!Tammie.
    Have a good day.

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    1. Thank you.
      That misty day was beautiful. Our planet is wonderfully diverse.

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  12. I love your "Mystical Morning" photo and the last one of the forest...I'm such a tree lover, so beautiful where you live!

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    1. Yes the mist showed the forest off in a different way.

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  13. What a beautiful selection of photos for Montana's new winter!

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  14. Amazing to find fresh green shoots,stars and spirals at this time of year.
    Wonderful photos of your magical land Tammie!

    Enjoy your week Tammie,
    Ruby

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    1. Those greens are evergreens, they don't loose their needles. But I though the same thing. So much to learn about trees.

      Thank you for enjoying Ruby.

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  15. What a beautiful star, Tammie Lee. The snow is so pretty around your area, leaving ice crystals, and the lovely fog is so pretty and mysterious. Truly enchanting pictures.

    ~Sheri

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie